Former President Obama is one of the most corrupt politicians in history.
His eight years in office was plagued with constant scandals.
And his deep state was just caught rigging an election.
The 2017 Alabama Special Election is one that will go down in history.
With Jeff Sessions leaving his Senate seat, the election was called.
After a contentious primary, Republican Judge Roy Moore was pitted against relatively unknown Democrat Doug Jones.
Alabama voters loved Judge Moore, and he was expected to coast to victory with little problem.
But out of the blue, a scandal like no other in history rocked his campaign, leading to his loss to Jones.
A number of women came out claiming that Moore sexually assaulted them when they were underage.
The claims came with little evidence and countless holes in their stories.
But the left-wing media ate it up, and even some Republicans turned on Moore.
With this, Democrats saw blood in the water and ramped up massive plans to take a historically Republican Senate seat.
Most of their campaign activities were around turning off Republican voters with the allegations and increasing turnout among Democrats by giving them hope.
But there was a lot more shadiness taking place.
A false flag Russian bot campaign was in play, with funding from an Obama-supporting billionaire.
The campaign was to make it appear as though Russian bots were supporting Moore’s campaign.
That was so they could dismiss any defense of Moore as Russian propaganda.
But in recent days it is clear that wasn’t the only false flag operation taking place.
Another group, calling themselves “Dry Alabama” was operating with shady intentions.
The group was pushing an anti-alcohol message.
On Facebook and Twitter, the group was advocating for alcohol prohibition.
Some of the posts even included support for Judge Moore, asking supporters of alcohol prohibition to “pray for Roy Moore.”
But as it turns out, the group was not operating by those supporting Moore, instead being run by Obama-era officials.
Former Obama campaign organizer Mikey Dickerson was instrumental in the effort, along with Evan Coren, who worked for the National Archives unit under Obama.
The campaign’s aim was to deter suburban white voters, who are traditionally opposed to prohibition, from voting for Moore.
Matt Osborne, a Florence-area political writer, and activist who was involved in the effort makes this clear.
In justifying the actions, Osborne told WHNT News 19 in Alabama that “there’s currently nothing illegal about such tactics.”
While it is unclear if this campaign had a major impact on the election, it shows just how far Democrats are willing to go to win.
The campaign was so shady that even Moore’s opponent, Sen. Doug Jones, is calling for an investigation.
Moore doesn’t see any apology being sufficient, instead hoping that voters will use this to be more wary of similar efforts in the future.
“Apologies, retractions, or even feigned calls for an investigation by my former opponent can do little to right the wrong,” Moore said. “Nevertheless, with the 2020 elections drawing near, our entire country should be alerted to the dangers of fraud and deception in our political process.”
If it weren’t for shady campaign tactics, Judge Moore would likely be in the U.S. Senate now.
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